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Super Channel lines up Farpoint unscripted

My Misdiagnosis will air on Super Channel Fuse

Canadian pay TV network Super Channel has acquired four unscripted series from local prodco Farpoint Films, including medical mystery documentary My Misdiagnosis.

The 26×48′ series will be the first to premiere, airing on the group’s Super Channel Fuse on June 2. Each episode features two stories told by patients and survivors about how they received an incorrect diagnosis from a medical professional but sought a second opinion that ultimately saved their lives.

My Misdiagnosis is produced by Winnipeg-based Farpoint Films in association with Rive Gauche Television.

The other Farpoint series coming to Super Channel in late 2021 and 2022 are Disaster Déjà vu (13×48′), The Day My Job Tried to Kill Me (13×44′) and Heartland Homicide (26×44′).

Disaster Déjà vu will feature two cities and the unbelievable disaster that each suffered not just once but twice. The Day My Job Tried To Kill Me, meanwhile, examines one instance where survivors detail the day that their workplace turned into a living hell.

Heartland Homicide is a true crime series that discovers a homicide culprit’s motives as viewers relive the events with the people who were there.


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